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Bad things happen to good organizations – how to reduce the risk of it happening to yours

  • Fox Hollow Golf Club 59 Fox Chase Run Somerville, NJ, 08876 United States (map)

Every organization, both big and small, faces the risk of fraud in the workplace, including cyber threats of all types.  Your organization’s internal controls and cyber risk management approach is your first line of defense. Yet despite increased efforts to improve internal controls and audits, study after study continues to show that the incidence of fraud in the workplace continues unabated, particularly from an organization’s own employees.  Add to this the growing incidence of cybercrime and external data breaches, and the potential for significant and lasting reputational and monetary damage to any organization can be disproportionally great. 

This roundtable discussion is designed to help business owners and corporate leaders to understand and manage the risk of loss due to fraud in the workplace and the risk of liability claims facing them in this age of creating, gathering and maintaining electronically stored information. You and your employees have access to secure data, and run the risk daily of compromising the security of that data— whether it’s a hacked website, a lost laptop, or a stolen iPhone™.  Your daily business practices put you at risk. 

Rob Kleeger and Tim Anglim will co-moderate an executive round table which is designed to help business owners and corporate leaders to understand and manage the risk of loss due to fraud in the workplace and the risk of liability claims facing them in this age of creating, gathering and maintaining electronically stored information.

Kleeger and Anglim will lead a discussion focused on practical, real world examples from their case files in addition to offering guidance on what will work and why, to help to improve your odds of avoiding or minimizing similar losses.  

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